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Old 16th June 2013, 23:41   #21
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brake pads and anti vibration springs for 325 discs are same as bmw 330d
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Old 1st July 2013, 12:09   #22
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Hi does anybody know if the front sensor for the xenon headlamp that fits on the front suspension is the same unit thats on the E46..?
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Old 1st July 2013, 15:04   #23
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You need to read the part number off the side of the sensor.
If i recall it is the same as the mk1 mini and another bmw car. (But you need to check this as one car used same sensor front and back and the other didn't.)
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Old 1st July 2013, 20:27   #24
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Actuator-secondary throttle traction control part number SWY100030 (208 gbp on rimmers and 120 gbp on ebay) are identical with this part from BMW series 5 E39 2,8l.
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Old 4th July 2013, 00:58   #25
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You need to read the part number off the side of the sensor.
If i recall it is the same as the mk1 mini and another bmw car. (But you need to check this as one car used same sensor front and back and the other didn't.)
part no YMQ110720 AND BMW 1-093 697
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Old 5th July 2013, 20:09   #26
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part from BMW £2.65 part number 17111712788.

I posted the part number in case someone reads this thread in the future and needs this part as another member was quoted about £152 for the same part but you would have to read his thread for the name of the stockist

i remembered that the BMW part was the same as mine broke on me when i had a E34 520

hope this helps members save money
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Old 22nd July 2013, 15:21   #27
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While investigating fitting the orange clip to the later type in tank petrol fuel filter in my 75 I discovered some info that may be of use. The same type plastic filter/sender assembly was used on the Mini Cooper 2002-2006 (BMW R50/R53) under part numbers 16146757196 also made by Vaico No. V20-0717.
The paper filter comes as a kit with o rings and seals. below is a link to a site which gives an excellent instruction on replacing the paper filter, although it's a mini you will notice the similarity.
http://www.billswebspace.com/MiniR50...erDIYGuide.htm
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Old 17th August 2013, 07:53   #28
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Old 6th September 2013, 02:12   #29
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Does anybody know if the plastic oil filter head on the CDTi is interchangeable with a BMW equivalent please?
I've tried a number of web searches but can't find an equivalent part number.
The Rover part number is LPX 100690.
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Old 23rd October 2013, 20:55   #30
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Does anybody know if the plastic oil filter head on the CDTi is interchangeable with a BMW equivalent please?
I've tried a number of web searches but can't find an equivalent part number.
The Rover part number is LPX 100690.
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I would be very surprised if it is not as the engine is BMW and came as a crated unit to fit. You could probably pick one up at the breakers for pennies.
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